A New Clip and Behind-the-Scene of 'CSI' 9.09: 19 Down

A New Clip and Behind-the-Scene of 'CSI' 9.09: 19 Down

CBS has released a new clip and a behind-the-scene video of the network's hit crime series' 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' episode 9.09, highlighting on Laurence Fishburne's debut appearance.

Laurence Fishburne's debut appearance on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" upcoming episode entitled "19 Down" is revealed through a new clip and one behind-the-scene video posted below. The clip features Fishburne in a scene where he introduces himself as his character, Dr. Raymond Langston.

The clip also shows how the 47-year-old actor begins an investigation of a murder case. Meanwhile, the behind-the-scene video presents the on-set shooting for the episode. On the video, the Emmy Award-winning actor also expresses how he feels for joining the series.

In "19 Down", Fishburne plays a well-known criminal pathologist who will work together with the series' main character, Gil Grissom, played by William Petersen. The episode itself tells how the two will investigate a new murder which leads to a connection with an infamous serial killer.

"19 Down" will be aired on December 11 at 9/8c on CBS network.

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    Dec 25, 2008

    I know it must be hard to stay on a show for a long time, but CSI has been such a great show I know it will not be the same with out Grissom. It was the team together that made the show so special and since the character of Sarah and Warrick have left the team is not the same. Thanks to William Peterson for helping to make the show such a success. It is very hard to see his character go. I hope the new character will be able to capture some of the magic that made the show. If so I will continue to watch.

    Dec 04, 2008

    Mr. Fishburne is an excellent actor but why on earth are you replacing Peterson with anyone at all??? It doesn't make any sense. You are showing very very poor judgement.

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